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Thursday, June 6th, 2019

The Bears are back in town

It had been well over a decade since an American Legion 19-and-under baseball team had called Dow James Memorial Park home. Wednesday afternoon marked the beginning of a long-awaited chapter in Tooele County’s illustrious baseball history, as...

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Thursday, June 6th, 2019

Catching wipers poses challenge for fishermen at Settlement Canyon

A new challenge awaits fishermen at Settlement Canyon Reservoir near Tooele — attempting to catch wipers. “In 2017 we put in 3,000 8-9 inch wipers and stocked another 3,000 in 2018. We recently surveyed the reservoir and...

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Nine from Beehive State selected in MLB Draft

Thursday, June 6th, 2019

Nine from Beehive State selected in MLB Draft

Nine baseball stars who played collegiate and/or high school ball in Utah had their names called during this week’s Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, which took place Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Secaucus, New Jersey.  Jackson...

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Bees lose two to San Antonio, fall to 11-14 on home field

Thursday, June 6th, 2019

Bees lose two to San Antonio, fall to 11-14 on home field

The Salt Lake Bees returned to Smith’s Ballpark on Tuesday hoping to keep their recent run of success going, but instead, they extended a more dubious streak. The Bees (26-32) have now lost four out of their...

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Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

Cowboys show signs of growth

Summer baseball isn’t so much about wins and losses as it is about the chance to improve in a game situation. Monday night’s 4-4 tie between Grantsville and Hunter was the perfect example. There were no winners...

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Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

Six from county named First Team All-Region

Tooele County was well-represented on the All-Region 11 baseball teams, with a dozen players earning either First Team or Second Team honors in postseason voting by the league’s coaches. Stansbury’s Austin Woodhouse, Conner Kincaid and Gage Miller...

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Bees win road series against Grizzlies

Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

Bees win road series against Grizzlies

The Salt Lake Bees came into last week’s road series against Fresno having won eight of their past nine games away from the confines of Smith’s Ballpark. They were able to maintain some of that momentum, taking...

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Thursday, May 30th, 2019

Jet soared high for Stallions

Stansbury senior Jet Richins stood on the medal stand at the state track and field meet earlier this month in Provo, a smile on his face and a gold medal hanging around his neck after contributing to...

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Thursday, May 30th, 2019

Taylor named nation’s top HS softball coach

Grantsville softball coach Heidi Taylor could scarcely believe what the email from the National High School Coaches Association was telling her.  Four years earlier, she had been named Utah’s Class 3A Coach of the Year. But being...

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Thursday, May 30th, 2019

Rogers, Thomas contend for top honor

The race for Male Athlete of the Year honors was hotly contested in 2018-19, with each of Tooele Valley’s three high schools putting up contenders for the top spot. That made it difficult to select just one...

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